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36 THE ORIOLE Hlimim Alplrabpt A is for Algebra which makes us fuss. B is for Miss Bones who teaches us. C is for Caesar which is to come. D is for Dumb, which we all are some. E is for English, the best of them all. F is for Miss Finks who is teaching this fall. G is for Good, which we all try to be. H is for History, the lesson for me. I is a letter which we cannot use. J is for Jokes which we must not abuse. K is for Kids, which we all have been. L is for Lessons we have to hand in. M is for Manners which we all should know. N is for Night, coming as the sun goes low. O is for Oriole, the name of our Annual. P is for Physics which we study in the manual. Q is for Ouestions the teachers must answer. R is for Reading, “We will if we can, sir.” S is for Smith who teaches us Caesar. T is for Miss Thomas, our own History teacher. U is for Useless, which proved, you see, Votes against the cow, for “there thev be.” W is for Miss Watts, “Silence a la classe.” X is unknown, so this we will pass. Y is for the Year about to close. Z is for Zealous, so “up on your toes.” Dorothy Chandler , ' 22.
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THE ORIOLE 35 called Juniors a ghost appeared. Chains were around his ankles and in one hand he held a thermometer and in the other (Oh! irony of Fate) a test tube. The Prince’s good sword passed completely through the apparition and his shield had no effect whatever. The Prince faltered and started back, but Wisdom showed him what seemed to be a shining light not very far ahead, so after many futile attempts he passed the ghost. Immediately the sun shone and a clear voice was heard to say, “Donnez-moi une phrase.” The Prince was told that is was a maiden called French, sent by Watts to cheer him after his encounter with the ghost, but the Prince glanced over his shoulder and saw Work following closely behind. He uttered a groan and went forward to meet the maiden. However, he did not fall in love with her as you might suppose, for both he and the old man, Wisdom, tripped and fell into a deep ravine. Now the name of this ravine was Caesar and it was dug by one named Smith. After many struggles Wisdom escaped and he and the good fairy Determination, who had followed the Prince, succeeded in rescuing him and they set out once more. Before very long they came upon what seemed many graves, with tombstones of beautiful symmetry and geometrical exactness. On some were written in perfect letters: “Originals,” “Cor- ollaries,” or “Proposition XXIX.” The Prince was horrified at this sight but the old man explained that these were the different victims of Geometry who had fallen by the hand of Bones. After much persuasion the Prince passed safely by this terrible scene and went on towards his destination. They had not journeyed very tar before a little sprite appeared called English. This sprite was deceiving for she was very ugly. The Prince drew his sword and was about to attack her, but the ol d man stayed his hand. How was he to know that the sprite was a “true blessing in disguise” sent by Finks? The Prince now looked up and saw, shining not very far away, his destina- tion, Seniorland, and his Golden Fleece, Education. He drew a deep breath, picked up his sword and shield, and set out once more toward his Desire. Theodosia Derrick, ’ 22 .
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